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Sarah Pennells (1)

Young Money: The Rise of Interest Rates on Student Loans

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Young Money

Young Money: The Rise of Interest Rates on Student Loans
If you started university in England in September 2012 or later, you’ll come under the new tuition fees and student loan regime. That means you’re likely to have graduated with tens of thousands of pounds of debt. So how do you start to go about paying that back? Sarah Pennells is joined by our Young Money Champion, James Connington from the Telegraph’s Personal Finance Team, James Seymour from the Complete University Guide and Ani Bailey from NASMA, the National Association of Student Money Advisers, to share tips and advice on how to tackle rising interest rates on hefty student loans.
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James Connington, James Seymour, Ani Bailey


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor: Business and Middle Management

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: Business and Middle Management
This week's Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, focuses on the expanding world of business and how it affects its employees. Nick Peters also looks at the pressures of middle management and why BAME workers with degrees are more likely to be unemployed than white workers. Nick is joined by Douglas Rushkoff, Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at City University New York; Penny de Valk, Managing Director Penna Talent Practice; Natasha Owusu, from the TUC, and Maxine Hurley, Member Engagement Manager at ENEI.
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Douglas Rushkoff, Penny de Valk, Natasha Owusu, Maxine Hurley


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IDG
Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: Wedding Costs

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Women & Money

Women and Money: Wedding Costs
This week Sarah looks into weddings and the costs they can accumulate. Although for many couples it is the happiest day of their lives, it is often also one of the most expensive. Joining Sarah are Andy Webb from Be Clever With Your Cash, Charley Beard from The London Bride, Rachael Southwood from Wedding Ideas Magazine, Alison Hargreaves from Guides for Brides and Rosie Ames from Green Union.
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Andy Webb, Rachael Southwood, Alison Hargreaves, Rosie Ames, Charley Beard


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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode One

Sue Dougan
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Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode One
Sue Dougan presents the first edition of our brand new show, Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine! This week, Sue is joined in the studio by Helena Lang, editor-in-chief of Sainsbury's Magazine, to discuss juicing, forgotten and un-loved cuts of meat, how to use food to promote health and well-being and we speak to one woman to find out more about her first ever dinner party. With the help of some fantastic guests, we bring you the latest food trends as well as top foodie tips to get you back in the kitchen and enjoying food!
Guests:

Helena Lang, Andrew Cooper, Joe Cross, Gelf Alderson, Madeline Shaw, Bibi Lynch


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Young Money: ISA Season

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Young Money

Young Money: ISA Season
Sarah Pennells is joined by Amelia Murray, Senior Personal Finance Research Journalist at The Telegraph and Anna Bowes, Director of Savings Champion, where they look at the worst ISA season yet. Together they discuss what an ISA season is, ISA rates, whether they are better than ordinary savings accounts and why banks and building societies abandoned them.
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Amelia Murray, Anna Bowes


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Georgie Frost

THIS IS MONEY 15/04/16 - Brexit fears, housing woes, and degree choices.

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

THIS IS MONEY 15/04/16 - Brexit fears, housing woes, and degree choices.
It's time once again for This is Money. Editor Simon Lambert and Consumer Affairs editor Lee Boyce join Georgie in the studio to discuss the biggest stories they've been looking at this week. On our show today; more Doom and Gloom over Brexit, this time it's the IMF piling on. Are you sure your bank account is secure? Well there's a number of very sophisticated scams going around, so stay alert. And then, we look at the most (and least) valuable subject choices at University. All this and more on This is Money, presented in partnership with NS&I.
Guests:

Lee Boyce, Simon Lambert


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Millennial business minds damaging the finance industry?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Millennial business minds damaging the finance industry?
Some employers claim entry level bankers are switching jobs and hurting the industry in the process, in the hope of earning top money as soon as possible. So why is this a problem for the finance industry? Matt Cox spoke to Doctor John Nicholson, founder of one of the UK's leading business psychology consultancies Nicholson McBride, who explained the business mind of the Millennial.
Guests:

Matt Cox, Dr John Nicholson


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor
In this week's programme, in association with IDG, Nick Peters looks at HR strategies that reward their staff with Ailsa Suttie, Operations Director at CSMA Club, who managed to bring a new and fresh approach to help its workers. Nick Howard, Executive Director at Edelman ENGAGE, explains the lack of trust between staff and their leaders and how the latter can build trust with their workers. Nick also speaks to Scott Stirrett, Executive Director and founder of Venture for Canada, a company that recruits and trains young graduates in start-up businesses. In contrast Andrew MacKensie, Policy and Research Manager at Reed in Partnership discusses their recent report, "Too Poor to Work", which looks at the cost of finding and sustaining work for the long-term unemployed in the UK.
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Ailsa Suttie, Nick Howard, Scott Stirrett, Andrew MacKensie


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IDG
Linda Lewis (1)

Company Casebook: Tech Camp

Linda Lewis (1)
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Company Casebook

Company Casebook: Tech Camp
Tech Camp is a school for children that teaches youngsters from the age of nine how to code and get them hooked on science. The school was set up over ten years ago by Tom Ward, who worked previously as a teacher and electrical engineer. He talks to Linda Lewis about the school's mission to 'inspire tomorrow's inventors' and their courses. From building robot arms to designing computer games, the school prides itself in teaching advanced tech skills to young people before they enter the competitive industry.
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Tom Ward


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: What is the nuclear fuel cycle?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: What is the nuclear fuel cycle?
Experts in the nuclear industry are gathering in Abu Dhabi to discuss 'the nuclear fuel cycle', where they’ll be focusing on issues such as efficiency and economic competitiveness. Matt Cox spoke to David Hess, science communicator & policy analyst at the World Nuclear Association, who explained the nuclear cycle, and if the UK can keep up with demand.
Guests:

Matt Cox, David Hess


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